Nutella Mug Cake

Baby it’s cold outside, at least here in LA, and it’s World Nutella Day!!! Stay warm and spread the love by watching me preparing my fool-proof Nutella Mug Cake. It only takes few ingredients and a couple of minutes in the microwave to make this yummy treat. Nutella is the world-famous hazelnut spread manufactured by […]

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A Queen In The Kitchen: How To Make Watermelon Caprese

  Everyone knows Caprese, the simple Italian salad, made of fresh mozzarella, tomatoes and basil, that features the Italian flag colors : white, red and green. Follow the new episode of A Queen In The Kitchen and learn how to prepare this surprising version of the traditional caprese because I won’t use tomatoes, but watermelon instead. You’ll […]

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How To Make Brioche Col Tuppo

Follow my step-by-step video recipe and learn how to make another staple of the Italian cuisine : Brioche col Tuppo! The Brioche col Tuppo is a Sicilian sweet bread, oval-shaped and topped with a hemispherical ball (tuppo). The name comes from its shape that resemble a tuppo, the traditional low bun worn by the Sicilian women in the […]

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A Queen In The Kitchen : How To Pronounce Lasagne Alla Bolognese

Let’s cook and speak like an Italian! Listen to A Queen In The Kitchen and learn how to pronounce Lasagne alla Bolognese, the authentic Italian lasagna with ragù (meat sauce), besciamella (Béchamel sauce) and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese (no ricotta or mozzarella). luh–ZAHN-yeh alla bo-lo-NYE-se In Italian lasagna is the singular noun and lasagne is the […]

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Baking Bread : How To Make Panzerotti

  Panzerotti are savory deep-fried filled pocket of bread originally from Apulia region (Italy). They are similar to pizza and calzone and they taste AMAZING! The most popular filling is made with fresh mozzarella and tomato (crushed or sauce). The name Panzerotto (literally potbellied) comes from the shape of this bread that resembles a swollen belly. Enjoy […]

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